Lisarow to Ourimbah - Pacific Highway upgrade between Ourimbah Street, Lisarow and Glen Road, Ourimbah

Roads and Maritime is upgrading the Pacific Highway between Ourimbah Street at Lisarow and Glen Road at Ourimbah. The upgrade involves widening the highway to provide two lanes in each direction to improve traffic flow and safety.

Pacific Highway route

Updates and announcements

Roads and Maritime will be completing out-of-hours work on electrical utilities, including work on Sundays and at night from Sunday 20 May.

The work will be carried out in day shifts on consecutive Sundays: Sunday 20 May and Sunday 27 May, between 7am and 5pm, and three night shifts from Sunday 3 June to Wednesday 6 June, between 6pm and 5am, weather permitting.

Traffic control will be in place during the work which may affect travel times.

Work will also continue during standard work hours from Monday to Friday between 7am and 6pm and Saturdays between 8am and 1pm, excluding public holidays.

For more information about the upcoming out-of-hours work, including a map, view or download the May 2018 community notification (PDF, 237Kb).

Project background

Roads and Maritime Services is planning and delivering the Pacific Highway upgrade between Narara and Ourimbah in stages.

The NSW Government allocated $70 million for this section of the upgrade.

The concept design and review of environmental factors for the section of highway between Ourimbah Street, Lisarow and Glen Road, Ourimbah was displayed for community comment in June 2011.

In October 2011 the Review of Environmental Factors was determined and the project received approval to proceed. View or download the review of environmental factors (PDF,7.25Mb) and submissions report.

The construction contract was awarded to Civil Mining & Construction Pty Ltd in February 2016.

Project features

The upgrade is shown on the project map and includes:

  • Two lanes in each direction on the Pacific Highway
  • New traffic lights with pedestrian crossing facilities at the Ourimbah Street, Teralba Street and Walmsley Road intersections
  • A shared pedestrian and cycle path on the western side of the highway
  • New bridges over Cut Rock Creek.

The upgrade will improve traffic flow and travel times for around 29,000 motorists travelling this 1.6 kilometre section of highway each day. It will also improve safety for motorists, pedestrians and road users.

Next steps

We expect to complete the project in late 2018, weather permitting.

Community notifications


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